Hankering for some informal time together before Rev. Julie leaves? Drop by the Silver Bean to share in light conversation over a tea/snack. Friday, May 20, 5-7pm Wednesday, May 25, 4-6pm Tuesday, May 31, 1-3pm Times may be added in June. Stay tuned!
Theme for May: A Community Nourishing Beauty
On this Sunday of the long weekend, let’s lean into our curiosity and vulnerability. This is a ‘question box’ service, and you’re invited to bring a question that you’ve been dying to ask Rev. Julie. But be prepared! She plans to ask you some questions too!
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In keeping with May’s theme of nourishing beauty, our May film will be the documentary Subjects of Desire by Jennifer Holness, an exploration Black female beauty and how we understand race and beauty in North America. Click the title for the meeting link.
Linda Clark and volunteers will be leading us our weekly zoom sing. The songs will all be familiar and easy to pick up. Everyone from the UFP community and beyond is welcome, so feel free to invite others. There will be an especially child-friendly song near the beginning. On Zoom, we all sing, but the…
Theme for May: A Nurturing Beauty
Ministerial transitions can be opportunities for a congregation to assess its focus, potential, and overall shared ministry. As with all transitions, we take stock. We remember the good times, learn from challenges, plan for what comes next. And while change is in the air, some things will remain the same.
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Looking for a quiet way to reconnect with self and others?
The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. It requires no prior artistic ability, it increases focus and creativity, while encouraging an increased sense of calm and personal well-being.
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